Effective immediately, PECO will begin reaching out to Radnor Township customers to schedule appointments to upgrade services into their homes. Most of the work will be performed outdoors, but to safely connect the services to the new natural gas main, PECO will need to turn off natural gas service and then enter the property to relight the appliances after the connection. At this time, PECO will also be relocating any indoor natural gas meters to the exterior of customer homes. This relocation work is necessary for the safety of our employees, contractors, customers and communities and is mandatory per the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.
PECO crews and contractors will be following safety protocols, including wearing additional protective equipment and practicing social distancing. To ensure a safe environment when indoors, employee and contractor crews will wipe down all surfaces where the work is being performed before and after completing the work
If any Radnor Township customer does not feel comfortable with the work being done, PECO will simply reach back out to the customer in a few weeks to attempt to schedule an appointment.
PECO hopes to get the appointments scheduled so they can retire the main and restore the roads.